We are staying at the CBR in a pirate room. One child is tube fed. I know there is a fridge, but is there a built in freezer. We need it for cold packs to keep his formula cool while we are at the parks. Any suggestions, if they do not? Thanks
- Asked by Melanie from WI on 1/1/2009
I am so jealous! I cannot wait to stay in the new pirate themed rooms at the Caribbean Beach Resort - they are truly amazing. In your room, you should find a very cool (no pun intended!) barrel shaped refrigerator with a small... read more
We are traveling for the first time with our children. My 8 yr son has c/p he wont be able to ride. will they let us wait while my husband rides with one child, and when they get off, myself and our other child get on? I really dont know what to expect
- Asked by chandra from IN on 12/29/2008
Great question! At the entrance to the ride, tell the cast member you would like a rider switch pass. Your party will then stand in line and wait to ride the attraction. Meanwhile, you'll be given a pass that entitles you and two... read more
My husband and I are planning a vacation in Feb, I am a cancer survivor, and I am not sure how strong I am. does Disney provide any help or ideas for people like me. I am worried about all the walking. Thank you
- Asked by Laurie from MI on 12/28/2008
There can be quite a lot of walking involved in a WDW vacation, both in the theme parks and, depending on where you're staying, at your resort. If extensive walking is difficult for you, the best way cope might be to rent a wheelchair or ECV.
As... read more
Hello! I am bringing a friend that is wheelchair bound. He would like to at least ride some of the rides. If I remember right, the long cue lines dont seem to be particularly w/c. Is there a different line to go for w/c's?? Thanks,
- Asked by John from FL on 12/16/2008
The procedure for wheelchair access varies considerably with each individual ride or attraction. For some rides, for example Soarin at Epcot, the queues are wide and straight. For this type of attraction, guests in wheelchairs or ECVs would wait in... read more
My son will be celebrating his 18th birthday this coming February (2009) and we're flying to Orlando on his birthday. He is developmentally delayed and we'd like to make his birthday very special. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Susan from MD on 12/4/2008
What a special place to celebrate his birthday! He can certainly enjoy getting into the parks free on his birthday thanks to Disney's Year of Celebrations.
Also, you can call the Birthday Event Planners at 407-939-BDAY to get some... read more